The colors are disappearing fast at Zion National Park. Lack of rain here(rained once in last 2 months) has muted the colors.
Scene and sound along Zion National Park’s Virgin River this past week. Watch in HiDef at Full Screen
Aspen trees were at full color at Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim last week. Paradoxically, nearby aspens were past peak. Those images to follow soon.
Cedar Canyon is between Cedar City and Cedar Breaks National Monument in Southern Utah. It is marked by Ponderosa Pines, Aspens and sandstone cliffs. Autumn is a special time to visit at or past peak color.
This national forest in Northern Arizona straddles the Grand Canyon. There would be very little color if the Aspens didn’t flourish here.
I wasn’t quite expecting the brilliant colors I encountered at Kolob Reservoir yesterday. I really caught the aspens at peak, peak color!. Kolob Reservoir is about 35 miles from Zion National Park in Southern Utah and at an elevation of some 8,000 feet.
Today is the first day of autumn, a great time for photography, especially here in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. I conduct personal one-on-one instruction and will get you to those spots to capture images such as below. Colors peak towards the end of October and into the first few weeks of November. Go to http://dawn2dawnphotography.com/ for details.
The aspens are changing colors at Grand Canyon National Park and the adjoining Kaibab National Forest in Northern Arizona.